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This is the audio version of ‘The Ashes of an Old Order & the Phoenix of the Advent of a Divine Justice: Our Role to Arise to the Call of the Universal House of Justice’, a presentation given by Dr. Shaheen Sean Tejarati at the 2020 Grand Canyon Baha’i Conference (held online).
You can watch the video of this presentation here: The Ashes of an Old Order & the Phoenix of the Advent of a Divine Justice – Shaheen Tejarati
Dr. Tedjarati is a Cancer and Robotic Surgeon and currently serves as the Chairman, Director and Clinical Professor of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, at New York Medical College, and the Chief Clinical Integration Officer at Westchester Medical Center Health Network. He holds an MBA in Leadership in Healthcare from Yale University and a Master of Public Health in International Health from Johns Hopkins University. He completed his surgical training at The MD Anderson Cancer Center and Research Institute. He has been active in the institute process and core activities and has also served on variety of elected and appointed administrative roles in various Baha’i communities. He currently serves as a representative of the Institution of Ḥuququ’llah in Manhattan, New York City.
This talk was given at the 2020 Grand Canyon Baha’i Conference (held online), on Friday 25 December 2020.
Check out the Grand Canyon Baha’i Conference website here: grandcanyonbahai.org
Watch and listen to more talks from the Grand Canyon Baha’i Conference using this Grand Canyon Baha’i Conference playlist.
For more Baha’i-inspired talks and interviews, go to Baha’i Blog’s Baha’i Talks & Interviews playlist.
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